Attend a special event Sept. 28 for elementary teachers

NATM 2013 Elementary MTC
NATM 2013 Elementary MTC

Attention Primarily Math teachers and educators:

Whether you are planning to attend the NATM conference or not (though we hope that you are!) you are invited to attend a special event for Elementary Teachers in Kearney on Sunday, September 28.

On the evening before the NATM conference, NebraskaMATH and the Nebraska Association of Teachers of Mathematics (NATM) are hosting two meetings of the ** GREATER NEBRASKA MATH TEACHERS CIRCLE ** on Sunday, Sept. 28, the at the Holiday Inn Convention Center. One meeting is for teachers of grades K-5, another for 6-12 teachers. The presentation will be led by Primarily Math veterans Nora Robinson and Jessie Anderson, along with ESU 13 Staff Developer, Kathy Vandamme. All are welcome. Dinner will be provided, so come hungry!

WHEN: Dinner at 6:30 p.m., presentation from 7 to 8 p.m.
(Doors will open at 5:30 for the NebraskaMATH reception.)

WHERE: The Holiday Inn Convention Center, Kearney, NE

“How Long and How Much? A model for teaching time and money."

Nora Robinson (Kimball Elementary School), Jessie Anderson (Hay Springs Public Schools), and Kathy Vandamme (ESU 13)

Learning--and teaching--elapsed time and money concepts can be a challenge. We will explore a fun, hands-on model to present both of these mathematical concepts. This same model can easily be adapted for multiple grade levels, allowing students to use a familiar process as they move along math trajectories.

RSVP: Please email us at to let us know you're coming.

There will also be a presentation for secondary teachers.